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Re: PEX5 suggested rephrase

Bjoern Hoehrmann

* Mike Brown wrote:
>It doesn't look to me like PEX5 (initiated by Bjoern Hoehrmann
><mailto:[hidden email]>) was adequately addressed.

Looking at http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/PER-xinclude-20061003/ the Working
Group seems to disagree. Mike, did the Working Group inform you why they
insist on their incorrect proposed resultion on this matter? I could not
find a response in the list archive.

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Re: PEX5 suggested rephrase

Mike Brown-3

Bjoern Hoehrmann wrote:
> * Mike Brown wrote:
> >It doesn't look to me like PEX5 (initiated by Bjoern Hoehrmann
> ><mailto:[hidden email]>) was adequately addressed.
>
> Looking at http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/PER-xinclude-20061003/ the Working
> Group seems to disagree. Mike, did the Working Group inform you why they
> insist on their incorrect proposed resultion on this matter? I could not
> find a response in the list archive.
>

No, I am pretty sure I got no response to my message of 2005-06-14.

It seems rather simple, doesn't it? If the intent is to say that XML 1.0 sec.
4.3.3's encoding-determination rules are to be used when doing (in the absence
of external encoding info) a parse="text" include of a document that's tagged
as being of *any* RFC 3023 XML media type ...then why don't they just say
that, rather than naming a subset of XML media types and vaguely referring to
"as specified in XML"?

Mike

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Re: PEX5 suggested rephrase

Henry S. Thompson

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Sorry to be slow in replying to this thread -- the WG has adopted the
wording you suggested in your email of 14 June 2005 [1], and it will
appear in the published REC.

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[1] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-xml-xinclude-comments/2005Jun/0006.html
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